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Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, has published its Christmas Retail Monitor 2018 that predicts the Irish household will spend an average of €2,690 in shops this December, approximately €866 more than any other month of this year and roughly three percent more than Christmas 2017.
Retail Excellence, the largest retail organisation in Ireland, is today calling for targeted solutions for retailers in Budget 2019. In an increasingly boundary-less retail environment the representative body are seeking additional online supports and tax fairness measures to protect retailers from the onslaught of cheap, non-European imports.
With Christmas just over a week away, it can be a stressful time for people who have not completed their Christmas shopping list. But there is no need to panic as Hanley & Co, a Galway's menswear institution has the perfect present with which the man your in life will be delighted.
Irish shoppers are set to spend an estimated €1.59 billion on Christmas this year, according to new research by ecommerce partner Webloyalty.
Going hybrid and offering the best of both real and virtual worlds, is one way that Irish retailers could boost sales and meet the changing needs of their diverse customer base. That’s the advice from leading digital agency FCDM. By combining their extensive e-commerce experience, which has seen them boost online sales for companies across Ireland, the UK, US and the Middle East, with their hands on team of digital marketing experts, the team at FCDM, hope to help medium sized Irish retailers adapt to the changing retail landscape.
The Castlebar founder of an online retail website has called on Mayo people to try to support Irish businesses and jobs this Christmas when they shop on the internet.
Junior Chamber Galway has opened registrations for the third edition of the Friendly Business Awards 2014.
Galway retailers remain upbeat about the future of retail in Ireland, however the overwhelming majority say the Government at local and national level is not doing enough to support the retail economy.
Shoppers in Mayo are spending as much as €75 million each year online and that figure, which is a conservative estimate, is expected to more than double by 2017.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny launched a brand new Mayo based shopping website Trafficattic.com this week in the Castlebar Chamber of Commerce. Trafficattic.com is an online shopping community for local businesses across Ireland to sell and promote their products, at home and abroad. Trafficattic.com provides the consumer with a one-stop shop to purchase a wide variety of products from categories such as beauty products, clothing, DIY, wedding stationery, homewares and much, much more from local business in Ireland direct to their door.